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Be the Worker of Faith Like Onesiphorus

Be the Worker of Faith Like Onesiphorus

In life, we often encounter people who lack wisdom. The question then arises. What is wisdom? The etymology of the word wisdom is the Old High German word weistun meaning “judicial sentence serving as a precedent.” People who lack wisdom cannot set a precedent or an example. Such a lack of wisdom, unfortunately, is found in many Christians as well. They fail to set an example with their faith,...

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Ministry is Service

Ministry is Service

Who sets up order and ministries within church? None other than the Holy Spirit. “Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood” (Acts 20:28). Since the Early Church, there have been overseers and deacons who served the body of Christ (1Timothy 3). The role of the overseer is to...

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[Column] Be Not Slothful

[Column] Be Not Slothful

Once there lived a king. One day, he summoned wise men to seek their advice on how to promote people’s welfare and prosperity. The wise men carefully discussed and studied day and night and finally summarized their ideas in twelve volumes of books. The king, however, was not pleased and asked them to further summarize the content of the book. The wise men gathered again for fervent discussion...

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[Column] Church is the Body of Christ

[Column] Church is the Body of Christ

Recently, a story of an Indian baby born with six legs has made a headline. While this type of congenital abnormality is not unheard of, there has never been a case in which an infant was born with its entire head missing. Man cannot survive without the head. We have seen people without arms, feet, or the kidneys but never have we seen people without heads. Jesus Christ is the head of the church...

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[Column] Honor Your Parents

[Column] Honor Your Parents

There was an artist whose dream was to paint the most beautiful picture. Thus, he went around asking people what was the most beautiful thing in the world. A pastor said it was faith; a beautiful woman said it was love; a young soldier said it was peace. Puzzled by these answers, he left for home thinking “Is there anything that captures all those three virtues? Faith, love, and peace.” As he...

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[Column] God Gives Grace to the Humble

[Column] God Gives Grace to the Humble

It is said that the most miserable of all insects is myrmecia, commonly known as bulldog ants. This species is known for its head and tail constantly fighting each other. As a result, it can never be at peace. The fierce battle between the head and the tail continues even if the insect cut in two. The tail ties itself around the head and stings while the head bites the tail. Even when divided...

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4th Dimensional Spirituality & HOLY SPIRIT SEMINAR Flyer

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[Column] Come Before the Cross of Christ

[Column] Come Before the Cross of Christ

It is an actual event that took place in China Town in San Francisco. There was a family of two brothers and a sister. While the eldest brother worked hard to support his siblings making furniture and wooden Crucifixes, the youngest brother was addicted to gambling. One day, he tricked his brother into giving money saying that his life is on the line if he fails to pay back the money he owes to...

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[Column] We Have Been Made Victors Through the Resurrection of Christ.

[Column] We Have Been Made Victors Through the Resurrection of Christ.

Christ is risen! Resurrection is the most significant and wondrous event in the history of mankind and the universe. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, Apostle Paul declared concerning this event: “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting? The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ”...

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